Episode 90 — Erin Lovering — Edelman Financial Engines
Career Management, Culture, Leadership Development, Talent Management
On this holiday edition of The Hennessy Report, Dave is joined by Erin Lovering, the CHRO at Edelman Financial Engines.
Erin discusses her start in clinical psychology, juggling strong legacy cultures after a merger, as well as their mission statement: everyone deserves to move their financial lives forward.
She believes HR’s job is to get the best out of organizations and the best out of leaders, and describes her role to her children as, “helping bosses be better bosses.”
At one point, Erin shares her beliefs on the importance of investing in new managers’ skill sets and examining the end-to-end employee experience to identify how to pulse sentiment during those moments that matter. This holistic way of thinking is growing in popularity, mirrored in Keystone’s own research and evolving messaging around preparing for the defining moments organizations and employees alike consistently face, from coaching to transitions.
You’ll enjoy this fast-paced, engaging conversation!
Best wishes for a happy and healthy new year!
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